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like few others do, betsy andreu whose husband rode with lance. daniel coyle, author of the book "the secret race." also bill strickland an editor-at-large at "bicycling" magazine, and senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin. betsy, your thoughts, you didn't actually watch the second part of the interview, but now on the totality of what he has said, your thoughts tonight? >> yeah. i didn't. i couldn't watch the interview tonight not because i didn't want to, i taped it, i will watch it. i have been asked a lot, and for me it's a sense of relief more than vindication, but it's a tremendous sense of sadness. yesterday i was obviously visibly upset, and today it's -- as you said, it's a sense of sadness. >> sadness about what? >> it, how it has affected so many people in such a destructive way. that's why. i mean, it hurts -- obviously it has a toll on lance. so many people in the saga have been hurt. i don't know if you touched upon greg for example. his children, people who just defended him to the ninth or the tenth, whatever you say. he hurt the sport of cycling. he caused it irreparabl
of people, including betsy andreu who joins us. her husband frankie was a former teammate. they and armstrong were close until they testified in a lawsuit alleging armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs. she's been watching the interview in our green room and does not want to miss a minute of it. with me is daniel coyle along with tyler hamilton of "secret race" inside the hidden world of the tour de france, doping, cover-ups and winning at all coasts. also bill strickland and senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin. first blush, what do you think? >> it's the most painful, successful therapy session in television. it's riveting. >> have you ever seen armstrong so uncomfortable, so nervous? >> he looks like he's strapped to the sift plane that's crashing. he's not giving it up. occasionally there are flashes where it seems like he's genuinely self-reflecting. a lot more pauses and hair splitting, as she said. >> do you think he's telling the truth, the full truth? >> no, i don't. clearly at parts -- in our book we recorded very clearly that armstrong was the kingpin there.
betsy andreu, she's the wife of cyclist frankie andreu, armstrong dropped frankie as a teammate after betsy accused lance of doping in 1996. here's how it happened. she says that she and her husband were present in a hospital bed -- in a hospital room when lance is in a hospital bed and had to answer some tough questions to the doctors about his health. when the doctors asked have you been taking any drugs, any performance enhancing drugs, she says that lance listed a litany of them, and that she gave that testimony under oath when she was asked. she just said she was honest and for that honesty, she and her husband were attacked and that their lives were changed forever and then as i said already, per husband dumped from the team. betsy had a chance to respond to the oprah interview and she did so by speaking directly to camera via anderson cooper's "a.c. 360" program last night. you got to see it. >> you owed it to me, lance, and you dropped the ball, after what you've done to me, what you've done to my family, and you couldn't own up to it. and now we're supposed to believe you? yo
. >> if you were to go back and look add all of the tapes and things you said over the years about betsy -- >> and i -- i think she would be okay with me saying this, but i can take the liberty to say it, and i said, listen, i called you crazy. i called you a bitch, i called you all these things, but i never called you that. >> because that's one of the things she said. >> she thought i said you're -- >> crazy, yes, bitch, yes, fat, no way. he's got a kind of half smile as he says it. you can decide for yourself what that means. it's clearly not going over well with some of lance armstrong's victims and there are other things on closer inspection sound strange. here is oprah asking armstrong about the size and scope of his cheating operation. >> it was very conservative. very risk averse. very aware of what mattered and didn't. >> keeping him honest, armstrong is being uncharacteristically modest. in summing up 1,000 pages of evidence against the cycling team, the evidence shows beyond a doubt that the u.s. postal service pro cycling team ran the most sophisticated, professional and succ
to wear this someday. >> reporter: her love for betsy johnson spans generations. >> this was my mom's. >> reporter: so when her husband gave her a betsy johnson gift card a couple of years ago, she was thrilled. >> it was a great gift. i was really excited but i wanted to wait a little while. >> reporter: she says she had a few pounds of baby weight she wanted to lose first but before she knew it, betsy filed bankruptcy and store employees told her the gift card was no good. >> gift cards don't expire but sometimes stores do. if you get a card use it sooner rather than later. >> reporter: the state division of consumer affairs says while california has some of the best consumer gift card protections, bankruptcy is not one of them. >> if it's a liquidation kind of bankruptcy you are just another unsecured creditor so chances are you won't be able to use the gift card. >> reporter: but bankruptcy never occurred to the woman considering her favorite designer's long running success whose signature isn't worth the shoe it's written on in her eyes anymor
testified they heard him admit he took drugs. armstrong went on the attack, accusing frankie and betsy of lying. >> she said in her deposition she hates me. >> reporter: why would he say the same thing if you don't? >> probably to support his wife. >> reporter: after that, frankie went from friend to pariah almost overnight. >> i'd go to events and i didn't know who my friend was, who my foe was, who would shake my hand, who would spit at me in disgust. i got e-mails, traitor, rat, just ripped apart. it was also from the live strong supporters. >> reporter: they weren't alone. fellow teammates floyd landis and tyler hamilton and former tour winner greg lamond all spoke up and all were smeared as jealous liars trying to profit, cover their own troubles, or both. but landis wouldn't be denied, speaking with investigators, and eventually launching the investigation that brought armstrong down. he talked about it in a "nightline" exclusive in 2010. >> if i'm taking on lance armstrong, that should be evidence enough that there's a problem with the system, because i'm saying that a bunch of
testimony from multiple teammates and others. betsy's husband rode with armstrong and was one of the first to testify against armstrong. betsy joins me along with "new york times"'s juliet mckur. we heard that even tiger got anonymous death threats. to anyone else, that might sound crazy but you yourself lived this. you say lance armstrong tried to destroy you after you testified five years ago to hearing him admit to taking drugs. what did he do? >> well, e-mail accounts were hacked. and i filed a police report. we went through -- we hired attorneys so we could discover who hacked in our e-mail account. we spent thousands of dollars, we got nowhere because a virginia court doesn't have to comply with a michigan subpoena. frankie got a text from lance in spanish which said "caution." >> frankie is your husband? >> yes. i received numerous phone calls throughout the years. they've stopped in the past couple of years. and it's just the threat of we see what lance has done with other people, whether it's with us and the loss of jobs with frankie getting -- having his career completely deraile
, including eyewitness testimony from others. betsy andrews husband, frankie, rode with armstrong on the u.s. postal team was one of the first to testify against armstrong. it took tremendous courage. betsy joins me along with "new york times" juliet mckcurr. >> betsy, in the intro, we heard him talk about the threats, and intimidation. even death threats. to anyone else it may sound crazy. but you actually lived this. you yourself, said that lance armstrong tried to destroy you after you testified five years ago to hearing him admit to taking drugs. what did he do? >> well, e-mail accounts were hacked. and i filed a police report. we went through -- we hired attorneys so we could discover who hacked into our e-mail account. we spent thousands of dollars. we got nowhere because a virginia court doesn't have to comply with michigan subpoena. frankie got a text in spanish from lance which said caution. >> frankie is your husband? >> yes, yes, i received numerous phone calls throughout the years. they have stopped in the past couple of years. and it is just the threat of we see what lance has
had a chance to talk to betsy andreu, the wife of one of the cyclists. one of the amazing moments was when he talked about when she had said, look, i overheard him saying that he used all of these different things. and he tried to make a joke about how, yes, i called her a bitch and nasty, but i never called her fat. what did she say to you about her reaction to the interview? >> she feels it was a huge disappointment. she feels lance is not telling the truth. and that the fact that in that interview with oprah winfrey, she point blank asked if betsy andreu had told the truth. if lance armstrong if that hospital room back in 1995 or whenever it was, told doctors about all the drugs he was using, and he refused to answer the question twice to oprah. and for betsy, that was a huge issue. and a huge disappointment that this was an opportunity for him to come clean, to actually tell the truth. and she feels he certainly failed. and i think everyone on our panel feels the same way. >> it was interesting. in so many of the moments that we saw, i mean, whether people obviously don't -- p
bouncy ball part yo-yo all fun. george, say cheese. (giggles) man: wow! nice camera, betsy! thanks. there's a kids' photography contest tonight, and i'm entering. i just need one more shot. hmm. hey, george, maybe you can help. do something fun, will you? oh. (giggles and chatters) oh, that's it. hold it! (snapping) perfect! want to see? uh-huh, uh-huh. man: that's great! thanks. want to try it, george? uh-huh. you just point the lens at something, look through here, and when you're ready to take a picture, push this button. ah. (george giggles) (laughs) wow, george, you're a natural! yeah. want to come to my house and see how it looks printed out? uh-huh. man: oh, and miss all the fun you'll have waiting in line? huh? (laughs) ah. (laughs) have fun. see you later. betsy: okay. first, i hook up the camera to the computer with this cable. uh-huh. and copy the photos onto the computer. ooh. (betsy sighs) ah. (giggles) then i get rid of the photos on the camera so there's room for new pictures next time i want to use it. oh! then i click on the photos i want to pri
and betsy andreu. travis is telling scott on "60 minutes" that lance armstrong lied to oprah winfrey about his 2009-2010 attempt at the tour de france. armstrong said he used a little bit of epo previously. travis tygart says that is absolutely not true. also lance armstrong claimed he didn't offer usada a $250,000 donation amid lingering questions about whether he was doping or not. and that he didn't pressure teammates to dope their blood. travis says all of that is not true. that he did pressure teammates, that a lieutenant of his did offer a donation that he was doping 2009, 2010. and that he pressured teammates. what's your reaction to what travis tygart has said? >> well, i think that, remember, in the interview with oprah, lance said if he could go back to june when usada reached out to him, he said he would do anything to have that day back and accept his offer. so despite trying to bankrupt usada and destroy them, they've graciously given lance another opportunity to have that day back. and if lance is truly sorry, he is going to be truthful, and he's going to help clean up the sp
'll continue the conversation with niccole cook and betsy andreu. and this weekend, we'll break down the case against lance armstrong, 10:00 eastern. a closer look at the constant doping chatter. the world according to lance armstrong, right here on cnn. saturday night at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >>> other news, john berman with a look at that. >> thank you so much. i can't get the lance armstrong thing out of my head. >>> big news overseas. the hostage crisis in al jaera, entered its third day, and british, norwegian, japanese, believed to be among those held by militants in algeria. bp confirm some of their employees unaccounted for. british officials said there were a significant number of british victims. david cameron spoke out this morning about the crisis. here are some what he said. >> algerian prime minister later last night told me that the first operation was complete. but this is a large and complex site and they are pursuing terrorists and hor aijss in other areas of site. algerian prime minister told him they are looking at all possible routes to resolve the crisis. >> leon pan 80 sa
on anderson cooper we heard from the wife of a former teammate who dared to accuse armstrong. >> betsy, first your inpressions on what you heard last night? >> i'm really disappointed. he owed it to me, you owed it to me, lance, and you dropped the ball after what you've done to me, what you've done to my family, and you couldn't own up to it. and now we're supposed to believe you? you have one chance at the truth, this is it. if he's not going to tell the truth, if he can't say, yes, the hospital room happened, then how are we to believe everything else he's saying? we're already questioning him. >> you were in a hospital room and you heard lance armstrong tell doctors about all the drugs that he took? >> yeah, yeah. it happened. >> and he denied it happened up and down, and this was a key part of a lawsuit that he ended up winning. >> yeah, that he settled with. >> right. >> but if the hospital room didn't happen, just say it didn't happen, but he won't do it, because it did happen. and if this is his way of saying -- i just don't want to go there, okay, we'll give it to her, that's not goo
really is. (chattering) (gibbering) narrator: monkeys don't get chicken pox. (betsy groans) i wish i were a monkey. huh? but little girls do, which is why george was going to the opera instead of betsy. oh, you guys are so lucky. aw, no, we're not. operas are boring. ugh. don't pay any attention to him, george. hansel and gretel is wonderful. it's magical. (woman singing opera over stereo) listen. isn't that pretty? uh-huh. yeah, pretty high. (falsetto singing) shh, this is my favorite part of my favorite opera. it's where the dew fairy helps hansel and gretel. oh. isn't she beautiful? (sighs) they only do this opera every few years, and i have to miss it. (sighs sadly) oh, we're all going to miss it if we don't hurry. have fun. promise you'll tell me all about it. (chatters) ooh. (grunts) (both gasp) oh... sorry, i-it's my monkey's first opera. (man chuckles, audience applauds) ♪ brother, come and dance with me ♪ ♪ both my hands i offer thee ♪ ♪ right foot first, left foot, then ♪ ♪ roundabout and back again... ♪ george thought the boy and girl m
armstrong as one of his closest friends. they were teammates in the 1990s. frankie and his wife betsy frequently socialize theed with lance armstrong. this picture shows the three of them cooking dinner in 1995. what would become a quickly pattern, armstrong turned on the andreas after they testified in a lawsuit alleging that armstrong used performance-enhancing drugs. armstrong vehementally denied the charges. and it didn't stop there. betsy andrue says armstrong vilified her in the press, calling her vindictive and jealous and portraying her husband as bitter because his cycling contract with armstrong's team was not renewed after the 2000 season. and then there was this. a voicemail left for betsy andrieu in 2008 by a friend and associate of armstrong. >> i hope somebody breaks a baseball bat over your head but i also hope that one day you will have adversity in your life and you have some type of tragedy. it's pathetic, betsy. i thought you were a better person than that. >> betsy andreu provided the voicemail to the "new york daily news" as evidence of the threats and intimidati
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less in the sport. >> betsy, your husband was on the team. do you find it unbelievable when lance armstrong says he didn't pressure people to dope on the team? >> yeah, and maybe in his own mind he thinks that that's how he justifies it, or negates it. i don't quite get it. at one point he said he wasn't the enforcer, but at another point he said he was the bully. from our own experience, we know that when franky refused to get on the program, to see ferrari, he was left off the team. he eventually had no job. >> ferrari was the doctor. i'm just saying for our viewers. >> yes. so i don't agree with that. because not everybody -- i think lance's projecting on to other people what he himself was doing, or what he himself felt. >> juliet, they've offered armstrong a deadline of february 6th to cooperate with them, with the possibility -- possibility of reducing his lifetime ban. do you think he will take them up on that, that he would testify that he really would come clean? in that oprah interview, he really didn't go into details about how the doping program worked. he said he only
spoken to one of the people he called a liar. one of the people he attacked. 16 years ago betsy andreu and her then fiance, while armstrong was fighting cancer, said they heard armstrong rattle off to his doctor a host of drugs including human growth hormone. >> did you deny what betsy andreu said in the hospital is a lie? >> yes. >> and betsy says that it ruined her brother's cycling career for telling the truth -- i think it was her fiance's cycling career. this is a guy who lied for years, cheated for years, attacked for years, and last night in one 90-minute interview, he says, yeah, i lied, i cheated, i'm really sorry. so surreal. felt like outer space to me. >> didn't feel like he was flip. i feel like he repeatedly admitted what he did was wrong. i didn't have that sense of him being flip ant aboant about it. he said i'm not sure this is an acceptable answer, but that's like saying we have air in our tires, or we have to have water in our bottles. when he was asked specifically about the doping. again, the whole culture this is what we do. and in order to succeed, in order to be
armstrong. betsy joins me. we heard travis talk about armstrong tintimidating other riders and to any one else that might sound crazy. but you lived this. you said he tried to destroy you to hearing him admit to taking drugs. what did he do? >> well, e-mail accounts were hacked and i filed a police report. we went through -- we hired attorneys so we could discover who hacked into our e-mail account. we spent thousands of dollars and got nowhere. he not a text from lance in spanish and it said "caution". i received numerous phone calls throughout the years. they have stopped. in the past couple of years and it is just the threat of we see what lance has done with other people whether it is with us, and the loss of jobs, with franky having his career derailed because erohe road the 2000 tour clean and refused to get into doping with lance. >> when you hear the things that have been said and testified to the public image that lance armstrong has traitcated of him seems to be at such odds. >> well that is true and because he created the perception and reality were different. so the person you
made the final cut and betsy was the winner here. we're looking at one of the t- shirts she designed. why did you go with her design? >> one of the things that metro foundation usa does is to empower youths to use their voice. this wonderful slogan betsy came up with was chosen by h&m and metro foundation usa. we wanted to make sure the young people know that with drugs, they're not going to be successful. staying drug-free is going to work in their favor. >> and the t-shirt. it says drug free works for me. betsy, let me ask you. what inspired your slogan? >> it was my inspiring a and helps me focus on my studies and activities at night. >> we should say, you go to south high school? >> yes. >> the 11th grade? >> yeah. >> give a shoutout to all of your friends out there. >> hey, go panthers. >> and what message would you like to share with the youth? >> why is it important? >> it's important to stay drug free. drugs are -- to fulfill the dream. >> all right. >> and having a bright future. >> thank you so much. you have a bright future. when do the t-shirts go on sale and how much do
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